Bring It On Again

4.51 h 30 min2003X-RayPG-13
Anne Judson-Yager and Bree Turner star in this sequel to the popular Bring It On as two rival cheerleaders who hope to lead their squads to the National Cheerleading Championship.
Damon Santostefano
Bree TurnerAnne Judson-YagerFaune Chambers
English [CC]
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Richard Lee JacksonBrad JohnsonBryce JohnsonKevin CooneyJoie LenzHolly Towne
Marc AbrahamThomas A. BlissKelli Konop
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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Joletta HarrisReviewed in the United States on April 25, 2020
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JRBReviewed in the United States on June 29, 2021
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Fun movie, you don’t need to have seen the first Bring it On to understand this movie.
Only-A-ChildReviewed in the United States on December 10, 2006
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Ideal For A Really Sadistic Re-Gifter
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It's hard to believe that any movie industry professionals were actually associated with straight-to-video production "Bring It On Again" (2004). Although a sequel, it is more like a really painful blend of "Revenge of the Nerds" and "Cadet Kelly".

Despite the warnings I actually watched my soon to be re-gifted DVD. Anne Judson-Yager (who looks like Reese Witherspoon plus 30 pounds) plays new college freshman and aspiring cheerleader Whittier Smith. She and her friend Monica (Faune A. Chambers) pass the audition and come under the scrutiny of sadistic head cheerleader Tina Hammersmith (Bree Turner). They soon tire of life under Tina and form a rival cheerleading squad of fine arts students and campus radicals. Despite a host of available movie stereotypes the screenwriter can't seem to figure out how to portray this crowd and you actually feel embarrassed for the actors who must deal with these portions of her script. Production design, style, and unity are apparently unknown elements to director Damon Santostefano (unsuccessfully seeking work since making this movie) and the whole thing seems randomly thrown together. It must have been an assembly nightmare for the editor, who may or may not share some of the blame-it's hard to tell.

I'm at somewhat of a loss as to the target demographic for "Bring It On Again". These things tend to be pitched to producers for their sexploitation potential. And in this case they could at least count on a pre-sold sexploitation audience of original "Bring It On" fans. But the only tie with the original is the subject of cheerleading and those looking for sexploitation elements will be disappointed.

My guess is that the target audience is actually preteen girls. The script is certainly on that age and sophistication level. The male members of the cast appear to have been selected for their looks (certainly not their acting skills) while the female members are a dreary looking bunch (although their limited acting skills are well-matched with those of the male cast). When your leading lady looks like Judson-Yager and your only really pretty actress is cast as the cheer squad's towel girl; alarm bells should start sounding for those outside this target demographic. I bet the producers wish that they had heard those bells and monitored this project a little closer.

Then again, what do I know? I'm only a child.
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clayReviewed in the United States on May 11, 2021
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Very good
John Paul MakowskiReviewed in the United States on September 19, 2009
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Love it
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From a straight passionate male, I have always loved cheerleaders for the right reasons.:) Back in my college days I had a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders calendar. Then the cheerleaders were older than me. Time passes, now the girls are much younger. Yet I love them still, as I do the whole franchise of Bring It On, the energy, passion, sassiness, creativity, problem solving...great qualities in many aspects of Life!
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Kelli AllanReviewed in the United States on January 28, 2019
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Silly show
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Silly show
CORINNA WIERCINSKIReviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018
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Five Stars
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ValerieReviewed in the United States on December 3, 2015
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One of the better Bring It On movies
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My daughter is a cheerleader so we own most of the Bring It On movies. The first one is my favorite, but this is one of the better movies in the series. It actually focuses on cheer and I don't think it has any sexual references.
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